Wednesday, August 10, 2005
Bank cautious on rates
Posted by David Smith at 05:21 PM
Category: Thoughts and responses

The Bank of England's inflation report is always worth reading. The August report presents a cautious view on rates, suggesting 4.5% is appropriate for some to come. I'll have more to say on this on Sunday.

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It’s interesting to compare the BoE’s report with the Australian Reserve Bank’s half-yearly report given by Ian MacFarlane:
http://www.rba.gov.au/Speeches/2005/sp_gov_120805.html

(Also interesting that MacFarlane acknowledges the role of the media following their March interest rate rise).

Posted by: David Sandiford at August 12, 2005 04:23 AM
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